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DIARY OF A PENGUIN-NAPPER

So, in a world where truly entertaining and engaging middle grade fiction is at a premium, this is a very happy find.
– POP BOP (Amazon Top 500 Reviewer)

Three short weeks, two boys and one little penguin. What could possibly go wrong? When 11 (and a half) year old Marty is partnered up with Jessica on the overnight science trip, he thinks all of his dreams are about to come true. It’s his big chance to impress the most beautiful girl in Year 7 (and probably the world) and he wouldn’t miss it for anything. Only problem is: Marty can’t afford to go on the overnight trip. Yet. Inspired by the urban myth that it is possible to steal a penguin from the zoo on a school visit, Diary of a Penguin-napper is a hilarious tale of growing up, bending the rules and how one big fuss can be caused by stealing just one little penguin.

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RUBY MARVELLOUS

Meet Ruby. She’s extremely rich and astonishingly lazy. She can’t do anything for herself. She can’t dress herself or brush her hair. She has someone to clean up after her, to do her homework and she is too lazy to even wipe her own backside after using the loo. (She calls her Nanny in to do that for her!) When her celebrity chef parents head off to attend a conference, Ruby is not impressed at being left behind yet again. Instead of staying at home with her two ponies, chocolate fountain, private rollercoasters and cinema sized plasma screen televisions to keep her occupied, Ruby is sent to stay with her cousins, the boring Bunsens. From the moment she arrives at Bunsen Cottage, however, it is clear Ruby’s visit is going to be anything but dull!

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DOUBLE FELIX

He skips every second step when he takes the stairs, taps door handles twice and positions objects in pairs. The problem has become so bad that Felix is on the verge of being expelled from school because the principal has had enough of trying to run the school around his very specific rules. Then Charlie Pye arrives and turns his world upside down. She s grown up with very few rules. She eats cereal for lunch, calls a boat home, and has a very loose interpretation of school uniform. The question is, can Felix ever learn to be wrong when he is so obsessed with being right?

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